Dilemmas and Paradoxes of English Language-and-Culture Teaching: Foreign or International?

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Anna Konieczna

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The article presents the many dilemmas concerning the status of English language-and-culture (as a conjoint phenomenon) and the approach to teach it in a non-native environment. It especially focuses on the alternatives of teaching English as a foreign or as an international language, pointing to the problems relating to the choice of any of these particular frameworks.

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Konieczna, A. (2018). Dilemmas and Paradoxes of English Language-and-Culture Teaching: Foreign or International?. Glottodidactica. An International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 33, 95-105. https://doi.org/10.14746/gl.2007.33.08
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